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Shane McNamee, MD
PM&R Service, Richmond VAMC
Shane McNamee, MD currently serves as chief of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at the Richmond VAMC and has worked extensively on the development and implementation of the Polytrauma System of Care in the Veterans Health Administration. He is an assistant professor at Virginia Commonwealth University Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Department and serves as the sirector of the TBI/Polytrauma Fellowship.
He is published in the fields of TBI, complex neurologic injuries, post-combat care, and polytrauma. He is also a frequent national lecturer.
Dr. McNamee graduated as a Presidential Scholar from the Medical College of Ohio and completed residency in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation at the Virginia Commonwealth University.
Shane McNamee’s Content on BrainLine Military
- Veterans Need Time to Process After a TBI and Combat Stress Injury
- Kayaking or Fly Fishing Can Sometimes Help More than Pills
- Helping Veterans Reclaim Their Identity One Role at a Time
- The Focus of the VA
- Learning to Treat People with TBI and Combat Stress
- How the Brain Can Be Rewired During Combat
- Treating Symptoms of TBI and Combat Stress Separately but Holistically
- Helping Veterans with TBI and Combat Stress "Become People Again"
- VA Dedicated to Reaching Veterans in Rural Areas
- The Full-Circle Programs and Philosophies of the VA
- From Surviving to Thriving: The VA Team Listens and Cares
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